Alaska Airlines has launched the start of its daily nonstop service from Philadelphia to Seattle.
The daily flight from Philadelphia International will cost $609.80 for a one-way fare, not including taxes and fees. Alaska Airlines has been the highest-ranked in customer satisfaction among traditional North American carriers by J.D. Power and Associates for the last four years. Philadelphia becomes the 62nd city in the Alaska network.
“We’re delighted to offer travelers a convenient nonstop flight between Seattle and thriving and
historic Philadelphia,” Joe Sprague, Alaska Airlines Vice President of Marketing, said in a statement.
Alaska Airlines is the second new carrier to begin serving Philadelphia in 2012. Virgin America began nonstop daily service to Los Angeles and San Francisco in April.